Did you enjoy the short work-week? We sure did! Here’s your rundown of this week’s news on this fabulous Friday! On Monday we shared some delicious and creative recipes for your Labor Day party leftovers. Which recipe did you try? Wednesday we announced our first ever Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year award program. We
Back-to-school is calling, and they want to know how you’re preparing for the best school year ever. This year, we’re prepared to take on the school year head-first! Join us, will you? Below are some simple steps to make this school year a little greener than last. Encourage your kids to take the bus, carpool,
Another week, another Friday! We hope everyone has been able to stay cool during this sweltering week. Hopefully this weekend brings you the much-needed time to cool off and relax! We brought you a lot of news this week, so let’s hop on to it! On Monday, we reminded you about our awesome Spotify channel.
If the days seem a little brighter and the summer a little sweeter, we’d have to agree. We were busy sharing a lot of good news and some great energy ideas over the week, so we have some catching up to do. If you’re a regular blog reader you already know about our new Reduce
The very smart people at Deloitte & Touche have just released the most version of their ReSource study that measures business and consumer attitudes and behaviors around energy, particularly consumption and conservation. And while the study doesn’t have enough history to spot any emerging trends (this is the 2nd year), there is definitely a “new
Happy Friday, and happy Mother’s Day weekend! Here’s your weekly recap of all the things we brought your way this past week on Facebook, Twitter and our DE blog. Did you watch The Pitch on AMC on Monday? Our Direct Energy Home Services company was featured in this week’s show! That was a pretty good
Collecting rainwater in barrels – even in small amounts – makes a lot of sense. A 2,000-square-foot roof can collect 1,240 gallons of water for every inch of rain that falls on your roof. A mere 1/10 of an inch of rain can collect up to 120 gallons of water You don’t need treated drinking